- Deus Ex
- Metal Gear Solid 3
- Hitman Blood Money
Diego Escala's Reviews
Bursting with wholesome charm, Tinykin is one of the most delightful games I’ve played in years.
Return to Castlevania is a lovingly crafted expansion for Dead Cells that fans of both games shouldn’t miss out on.
Dead Space is a phenomenal way to relive the original, or a great starting point for those new to the series.
Despite the questionably tasteless tone its narrative takes at times, there’s a lot of fun to be had with Atomic Heart.
Warhammer 40k: Darktide is hard to recommend, even a month after release. There’s a good game here, but it’s burdened by issues I’m sure will be fixed after a few major updates; the only question is whether or not you’re willing to deal with it until then.
High On Life is easily one of the funniest games I’ve played in a while and is a great game to close the year out with.
Pentiment is probably the most interesting, uninteresting game I’ve ever played.
If you’re hungry for a meaty action game to sink your teeth in, you’ll have a hell of a time with Evil West.
Ooblets is an immediately charming game with its whimsical cast of characters, that does enough different in the genre to help keep you wanting to check back into it when the mood strikes.
Dome Keeper’s loop is instantly addictive and is a damn great game to play on the couch.
Eyes in the Dark doesn’t shake up the genre, but it doesn’t need to. It’s a really fun, casual roguelike to jump into for a few quick runs with a really cute artstyle and nifty gameplay gimmicks.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge is the successor to Turtles in Time I’ve been waiting my entire life for. Its only fault is that I wish there was more of it; Shredder’s Revenge offers a single slice of pizza when I want the entire pie.
If you’re looking for a game to scratch that adrenaline chasing itch, Neon White might just be the thing you’re looking for.
There’s a lot of fun to be had in the Weird West, but it sometimes feels more like a testing ground for a more fleshed-out sequel.
Shadow Warrior 3 is a fun, hilarious nonstop adrenaline rush of a game and a fitting cap to the trilogy.
Elden Ring feels like the culmination of everything FromSoftware has been building upon with each of their games. Unfortunately, some severe performance issues hamper what’s easily one of their best games yet.
Sifu puts you in control of your own kung-fu film, with an exhilarating combat system and style galore.
OlliOlli World is a phenomenal follow-up that takes everything Roll7 learned in the previous games, and perfects it.
Dying Light 2 might be more of the same, but that doesn’t stop it from being heaps of fun.
It’s hard to believe that Windjammers 2 is finally here and delivers on all the hype. I only wish there were more of it to chew on.